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Presidency 2020

President Trump will be seeking re-election in 2020. A large crowd of candidates will likely compete for the Democratic nomination. Plus there are LOTS of likely third party and independent P2020 hopefuls. So, if a person is running, or thinking of running -- regardless of party, ballot status, or chances of winning -- we have him or her listed below. Incumbent party first, following by the main opposition party, then the third party candidates, and finally the independent and write-in hopefuls.

LEGEND:
BOLD = Announced Candidate (or Filed an Exploratory Committee)
Italics = Possible Candidate


REPUBLICAN PARTY:

Donald Trump

President Donald J. Trump (New York)
Campaign Site: DonaldJTrump.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/DonaldTrump
Twitter: www.twitter.com/RealDonaldTrump


Jeff Flake

US Senator Jeff Flake (Arizona)
Campaign Site: JeffFlake.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/JeffFlake
Twitter: www.twitter.com/JeffFlake


John Kasich

Governor John Kasich (Ohio)
Campaign Site: JohnKasich.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/JohnKasich
Twitter: www.twitter.com/JohnKasich


Ben Sasse

US Senator Ben Sasse (Nebraska)
Campaign Site: TeamSasse.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/SasseForNebraska
Twitter: www.twitter.com/BenSasse


OTHER REPUBLICANS:

Marcia Abrams (North Carolina)
Walter Bannister (California)
Michael Bickelmeyer (Ohio)
Joanne Breivogel (Illinois)
Joe Collins (California)
Keely Craig (California)
Mike Diggs (Arkansas)
Kelan John Farrell-Smith (California)
David Griffith (Texas)
David Herz (Connecticut)
Tyrone Jamison (Pennsylvania)
Jacob Johnston (Iowa)
Tim Kalemkarian (California)
Erin Lee (Texas)
Donald Lowe (Texas)
Michael Moates (Texas)
Paul Preste (Floirida)
John Schiess (Wisconsin)
Spence Snyder (Florida)
Travis Lee Stevenson (Missouri)


DEMOCRATIC PARTY:

Joe Biden

Former Vice President Joe Biden (Delaware)
PAC Site: AmericanPossibilities.org
Facebook: www.facebook.com/JoeBiden
Twitter: www.twitter.com/JoeBiden


Cory Booker

US Senator Cory Booker (New Jersey)
Campaign Site: CoryBooker.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/CoryBooker
Twitter: www.twitter.com/CoryBooker


Sherrod Brown

US Senator Sherrod Brown (Ohio)
Campaign Site: SherrodBrown.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/Sherrod
Twitter: www.twitter.com/SherrodBrown


Julian Castro

Former US Housing Secretary Julian Castro (Texas)
Campaign Site: MayorCastro.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/
Twitter: www.twitter.com/JulianCastro


Lincoln Chafee

Former Governor Lincoln Chafee (Rhode Island)
Facebook: www.facebook.com/Chafee2016
Twitter: www.twitter.com/LincolnChafee


Andrew Cuomo

Governor Andrew Cuomo (New York)
Campaign Site: AndrewCuomo.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/AndrewCuomo
Twitter: www.twitter.com/TeamCuomo


Bill de Blasio

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (New York)
Campaign Site: BilldeBlasio.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/Bill.deBlasio
Twitter: www.twitter.com/BilldeBlasio


John Delaney

Congressman John Delaney (Maryland)
Campaign Site: JohnKDelaney.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/JohnKDelaneyJKD
Twitter: www.twitter.com/JohnKDelaney


Al Franken

US Senator Al Franken (Minnesota)
Campaign Site: AlFranken.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/TeamAlFranken
Twitter: www.twitter.com/AlFranken


Eric Garcetti

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti (California)
Campaign Site: EricGarcetti.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/EricGarcetti
Twitter: www.twitter.com/EricGarcetti


Kamala Harris

US Senator Kamala Harris (California)
Campaign Site: KamalaHarris.org
Facebook: www.facebook.com/KamalaHarris
Twitter: www.twitter.com/KamalaHarris


Jay Inslee

Governor Jay Inslee (Washington)
Campaign Site: JayInslee.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/JayInslee
Twitter: www.twitter.com/JayInslee


Jason Kander

Former Secretary of State Jason Kander (Missouri)
Campaign Site: JasonKander.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/KanderForMissouri
Twitter: www.twitter.comJasonKander


Amy Klobuchar

US Senator Amy Klobuchar (Minnesota)
Campaign Site: AmyKlobuchar.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/AmyKlobuchar
Twitter: www.twitter.com/AmyKlobuchar


Terry McAuliffe

Governor Terry McAuliffe (Virginia)
Campaign Site: TerryMcAuliffe.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/TerryMcAuliffe
Twitter: www.twitter.com/TerryMcAuliffe


Jeff Merkley

US Senator Jeff Merkley (Oregon)
Campaign Site: JeffMerkley.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/JeffMerkleyOregon
Twitter: www.twitter.com/JeffMerkley


Seth Moulton

Congressman Seth Moulton (Massachusetts)
Campaign Site: SethMoulton.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/SethMoulton
Twitter: www.twitter.com/SethMoulton


Chris Murphy

US Senator Chris Murphy (Connecticut)
Campaign Site: ChrisMurphy.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/ChrisMurphyCT
Twitter: www.twitter.com/ChrisMurphyCT


Martin O'Malley

Former Governor Martin O'Malley (Maryland)
Campaign Site: MartinOMalley.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/MartinOMalley
Twitter: www.twitter.com/MartinOMalley


Deval Patrick

Former Governor Deval Patrick (Massachusetts)
Business Site: Bain Capital: Deval Patrick
Twitter: www.twitter.com/DevalPatrick


Tim Ryan

Congressman Tim Ryan (Ohio)
Campaign Site: TimRyanForCongress.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/TimRyanForCongress
Twitter: www.twitter.com/TimRyan


Bernie Sanders

US Senator Bernie Sanders (Vermont)
Campaign Site: BernieSanders.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/BernieSanders
Twitter: www.twitter.com/SenSanders


Elizabeth Warren

US Senator Elizabeth Warren (Massachusetts)
Campaign Site: ElizabethWarren.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/ElizabethWarren
Twitter: www.twitter.com/ElizabethforMA


OTHER DEMOCRATS:

Michael Aguiar (Rhode Island)
Nakia Anthony (Ohio)
Elizabeth Black (New York)
Jeff Boss (New Jersey)
Jackie Bower (Michigan)
Willie Carter (Texas)
Mack Clifton (Maryland)
George Clinton Brown (Nevada)
Alex Cummings (Georgia)
John Davey (New Hampshire)
Simon Edmonds (Delaware)
Ronald Emrit (Nevada)
Ryan Farber (California)
Rosalind Greene (Virginia)
Tyrell Heaton (North Carolina)
John Fitzgerald Johnson (Ohio)
Benjamin Korman (New York)
Bernard Korn (Florida)
Christopher Langston (Georgia)
Warren Lee (California)
Keith Leonard (Washington)
Janelle Nowell (California)
John O'Keefe (Pensylvania)
Grant Ohanian (California)
Godwin Yisah Oyedepo (New York)
Stephen Patterson (Michigan)
Shawn Rundblade (Wisconsin)
Doug Sabbag (Florida)
Vermin Supreme (Maryland)
Luis Correa "Caliph of God" Thezion (California)
Minh Duc Vu (New Jersey)
John Washington III (Texas)
Robby Wells (Georgia)
Fred Wiand (Maine)


THIRD PARTY and
INDEPENDENT CANDIDATES:

(Note: Parties with ballot status in at least one state -- based on 2012 ballot status -- listed first, then all others under the INDEPENDENT & WRITE-IN CANDIDATES header).


CONSTITUTION PARTY:


GREEN PARTY:


LIBERTARIAN PARTY:


PARTY OF SOCIALISM AND LIBERATION (PSL):


PROHIBITION PARTY:


REFORM PARTY USA:


SOCIALIST PARTY USA:

No Candidates Yet Identified


SOCIALIST EQUALITY PARTY:



SOCIALIST WORKERS PARTY (SWP):

No Candidates Yet Identified


VETERANS PARTY OF AMERICA:

No Candidates Yet Identified


WORKERS WORLD PARTY:


INDEPENDENT (I), OTHER & WRITE-IN CANDIDATES:

Matthew Abraugh (I-Ohio)
Anthony Alongi (I-Minnesota)
Walter Bannister (I-California)
Andrew Basiago (Independent-Washington)
Anthony "Guy" Bernice (Independent American Party-New Jersey)
Mike Bowers (People's Party-Washington)
Michael Captain (I-Colorado)
Brandon Cekander (I-New Mexico)
Andrew Chung (I-Georgia)
Robert Cooper Jr. (I-Arizona)
David Curtis (I-California)
Keith Davenport (I-North Carolina)
Kelvin Davis (I-Virginia)
Kevin Diel (I-Oklahoma)
Gary Disney (American-Washington)
La Resa Edwards (I-Georgia)
Clifford Englerth (I-Illinois)
Peyton Faucett (I-Missouri)
Ethan Haney (Independent-Alabama)
Princess Khadijah Jacob Fambro (Revolutionary Party-California)
Alan "Plaid" Gordon (I-New York)
Michael Dwayne Jenkins (I-New York)
Chad Jorgenson (I-Wisconsin)
Nevin Kamath (I-North Carolina)
Richard Kelser (I-North Carolina)
Mark Linn (Write In-New Hampshire)
June Lloyd (I-Ohio)
Tony Maggiore (I-Illinois)
James Mason (Write In-Connecticut)
Mike Maturen (American Solidarity Party-Michigan)
L.R. "Skip" Maul Jr. (I-Arizona)
George Miklos (Conservative-Nevada)
Eddie Monarch (I-Oklahoma)
Virginia Morago (I-Missouri)
Nathan Norman (American Freedom Party-Pennsylvania)
Pete Northup (I-New York)
Matthew Pinnavaia (George Washington Party-California)
Colleen Pinto (I-Florida)
Samuel Powell (I-District of Columbia)
Mary Rincon (Independent American Party-Arizona)
Nicholas Roesler (I-Wisconsin)
Deborah Rouse (Write In-Tennessee)
Billy Rubin (I-Texas)
Ethan Russell (I-Ohio)
Kameron Scott (I-Tennessee)
Jeffrey Sharp (I-California)
Joy Sorrells (I-Georgia)
Phillip Karl Speat (I-Minnesota)
James Srail (I-Iowa)
Korey Starkey (I-Colorado)
Mathew Tyler (I-California)
Ruben Valles Jr. (I-California)
Warren Weisman (I-Oregon)


OTHER P2020 RESOURCES:

New Hampshire Political Library - This site contains just about anything you could ever want to know about the influential New Hampshire Presidential primary -- including a directory of every candidate who ever ran in the NH primary. Maintained by the New Hampshire State Library, St. Anselm College, the New Hampshire State Archives and the New Hampshire Historical Society.

C-SPAN: Road to the White House - Information, links and some streaming video events from one of the nation's leading sources of raw political television coverage. Covers the various likely Presidential candidates. Constantly updated.

Ballot Access News - This respected publication -- founded in 1985 by Libertarian activist Richard Winger -- tracks the attempts of third party and independent candidates for various offices to secure ballot access in the 50 states. The site also tracks changes in the law, court challenges and other interesting tidbits of third party news you usually won't find elsewhere. Use this page to stay current on which third party and independent candidates will and won't appear on your state's general election ballot.

Atlas of U.S. Presidential Elections - Dave Leip prepared this very informative site, which provides historic voting results from the Presidential general elections of 1860-2016. Covers the vote totals for the major party nominees and the top 2-3 third party nominees in each race. Colorful maps and graphs, too.

PollingReport.com - Why bother reinventing the wheel and writing our own poll tracking page when this excellent page already exists. To follow the trends in all of the latest polls in the White House race, simply visit this site.

Commission on Presidential Debates - Established by leaders of the two major parties to ensure that debates remain a permanent part of every general election, this nonprofit and bipartisan organization sponsored all the general election Presidential debates since 1988. Their controversial and restrictive participation rules largely exclude third party candidates (even the major ones) from participating in these nationally televised debates.

VicePresidents.com - No one pays much attention to Vice Presidents -- or, at least, they didn't used to -- except for these guys. History, trivia, quotes, bios, and more.

4President.org - An online museum of Presidential campaign brochures, bumper stickers and key speches from 1960 through the 2008 campaign. A great site for political junkies.

The Living Room Candidate - The American Museum of the Moving Image presents this great online museum of Presidential campaign TV commercials. The ads, which cover every election since 1952 (Ike vs. Stevenson), are an amazing resource.

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